When dedicating a crime, it’s probably not a good concept to leave behind your individual contact information.
An unusual situation unfolded at a pizza place in Pennsylvania on Wednesday when a guy looking for a task at the restaurant chose to rob it rather. This wanted he apparently filled out an application with his individual info on it.
The suspect supposedly stole a pointer jar from Pizza D’Oro in North Catasauqua and threatened an employee who gave chase with a knife.
Authorities have charged Nicholas M. Mark, 22, with burglary, burglary with the threat of severe injury, theft, possession of a weapon, easy attack and possession of drug stuff, The Morning Call reports.
Mark apparently stole a tip container from Pizza D’Oro in North Catasauqua and used a knife to threaten an employee who offered chase. Unusually, the suspect reportedly obtained a job at the dining establishment before grabbing the container, and obviously left behind his contact details on a kind.
According to an employee at the pizza location, Mark also left behind a knapsack which consisted of numerous products that had his name on them, together with syringes and other possible drug paraphernalia. Authorities were supposedly able to find Mark, who was correctly recognized by workers in a lineup.
Mark was apprehended, and after being unable to publish bail, he was booked at Northampton County Jail. He has a preliminary hearing arranged for Sept. 11, WFMZ reports.
In other pizza crime-related news, a New Jersey man has actually been arrested for making phony pizza orders that reportedly cost the pizzerias thousands of dollars. Sudeep Khetani allegedly pretended that the big orders were intended for first responders during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. But rather of getting the food, Khetani is implicated of harassing and insulting the restaurant staff members who called to inquire about the deserted orders.